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  • Erica Woods: Lullaby

    Erica Woods: Lullaby

    Erica Woods, writer/producer/mother of the Angle. She wrote this a few years back.

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  • Vera Oye Yaa-Anna: Feeding My Clothes

    Vera Oye Yaa-Anna: Feeding My Clothes

    Vera Oye Yaa-Anna, affectionately known as Auntie Oye, is executive producer of a West African dinner theatre, Palaver Hut. She teaches personal narrative to youth and adults through storytelling, dance, music, theatre and cuisine, transforming performance settings into West African villages.

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  • Carolyn Malachi: Dear Sir

    Carolyn Malachi: Dear Sir

    Songstress, musician, dancer, spoken word artist, and social philanthropist are just a few titles held by 2011 Grammy Nominee, Carolyn Malachi (CM). CM is a Washington DC native whose great-grandfather happens to be legendary Jazz pianist John Malachi (acc. Sarah Vaughan, Pearl Bailey, Al Hibbler). She was born from musical roots but did not grow into her talent until 2005, when she was a junior at Shepherd University. After taking a course in sound design, and awakening her sleepy college […]

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  • Young Tree: Emceeing

    Young Tree: Emceeing

    Kentry Kinard, also known as Young Tree, is a writer, journalist, activist, spoken word artist and emcee.

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  • Dante Pope & Jabari: Steal Away

    Dante Pope & Jabari: Steal Away

    Gospel meets Hip Hop.

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  • Komplex: Wild Flower

    Komplex: Wild Flower

    “Where Langston Hughes meets Mos Def,” he walks like a poet and talks like an MC. Poet. Hip-Hop Artist. Host. Author. Actor. Educator. Professional. He closes his eyes and the stage becomes GOD’s ear; every poem a secret, every rhyme a confession.

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  • Abdul Ali: Obama

    Abdul Ali: Obama

    Abdul Ali is a culture writer, poet, editor, change agent, and proud papa of one–living in the District of Columbia since 2005. Originally from New York City, he lived in Baltimore for five years before moving to the District to attend the historic Howard University where he majored in English and Theater and began writing. An eclectic writer and die-hard culture junkie, his work ranges from personal essays, poetry, reviews, feature interview, culture writing, to a play in-progress, and one […]

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